Love on the Hill is a new project from the Herald. Members of the WKU community are invited to submit their story of finding — or losing — love on the Hill, in whatever form that may be.
VeoRide gave notice that they are refocusing their efforts to markets that are focused on multi-modal fleets centered on eScooters and eBikes, and will be ceasing their bike-share services at WKU at the end of February.
The Kentucky Museum has been selected to participate in the Museum Assessment Program (MAP), which is administered by the American Alliance of Museums. Through guided self-study and on-site consultation with a museum professional, participation in MAP will empower the Kentucky Museum to better serve the citizens of South Central Kentucky by facilitating its meeting and exceeding the highest professional standards of the museum field.
In a world where you can get everything from dog treats to designer dresses delivered to your door, luxury car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz saw an opportunity.
Bowling Green will be hard to miss for the millions of people who travel Interstate 65 annually if the BeautifI-65 project is built as expected later this year.
Under the direction of community beautification group Operation P.R.I.D.E., the effort will include four-plank wooden fencing, colorful flags and landscaping at exits 22, 26 and 28, as well as building two gateway signs at exits 20 and 30 for drivers coming to the city from the south and north.
We often remember getting a gift for our significant others, or our friends, that may include our furry little friends.
On Friday the Bowling Green/Warren County Humane Society received a hefty gift from the Petco Foundation, totaling $250,000.
With less than 48 hours until Valentine’s Day, some people may be rushing to take lat minute purchases, while behind the scenes several Bowling Green businesses are working hard to get things ready.
Jules Sandlin says she’s working sunrise to sunset preparing orders for her first Valentine’s Day in her brand new shop, Jules with the Flowers.
Uber Technologies Inc. failed to persuade a judge to shield its drivers from California’s gig-worker protection law while the company challenges the landmark measure in court. A federal judge in Los Angles rejected a request by Uber and Postmates Inc. to temporarily block enforcement of Assembly Bill 5, which aims to convert gig-economy workers from independent contractors to employees with benefits. Uber and Postmates didn’t ask the judge to shield other companies from the law.
An unused Warren County Landfill will soon take on new life as a destination for fans of dirtbikes, four-wheelers, and so much more.
Two Bowling Green developers are taking the land, located on Glen Lily Road, and turning it into a Powersports Park.
“Actually when we first looked at it, I knew it was going to be perfect,” said Sye Head, Co-Owner and Developer. “We all had some questions though, on if it was going to work out and once we figured out that, you know, it had been capped nearly 40 years ago the first time it was a no brainer.”
Four more food vendors that will be moving into Nashville’s downtown upcoming Assembly Food Hall have been announced.
Thai Esane, Steam Boys, Smokin Chikin and The Liege Waffle Co. will join the list of more than 20 local and regional restaurant partners that will open up at the Fifth + Broadway development.